Messi’s voting fraud has been rising for years….

The debate over the voting process for the ‘Best of the Year’ award continues. Nicaragua football questions also arose after Sudan and Egypt. Huan Barrera, captain of the country’s national football team, complained that he did not vote for the year award. But Barrera has a name on the list of FIFA published voters. Barrera has been selected by Lionel Messi, Sadio Mane and Cristiano Ronaldo for the top three spots in the polls.

In addition to choosing Player of the Year, Barrera also voted to select Coach of the Year. But the 6-year-old midfielder said on Twitter that he did not vote, “I did not vote for anyone at The Best 25 awards. So any information about my vote is false ‘‘- Barrera tweetedMessi became FIFA Player of the Year with 5 points. The second Netherlands and Liverpool star defender Virgil von Dyke with 5 ranking points. Portuguese star Ronaldo is third with 5 points. The FIFA Player of the Year award has an equal percentage of journalists, national team coaches, captains and supporters.

FIFA has published has been verified

FIFA told Reuters news agency Barrera’s complaint that they had re-examined the voting papers submitted by the Nicaraguan Football Association. There, along with their official stamps, there are sealed signatures, ‘The federations submitted the voting papers and what FIFA has published has been verified … We can confirm that the correct voting list is signed by the players. We have asked the Nicaraguan FA to investigate the matter. ‘

. Messi became FIFA Player of the Year with 5 points. The second Netherlands and Liverpool star defender Virgil von Dyke with 5 ranking points. Portuguese star Ronaldo is third with 5 points. The FIFA Player of the Year award has an equal percentage of journalists, national team coaches, captains and supporters.

FIFA told Reuters news agency Barrera’s complaint that they had re-examined the voting papers submitted by the Nicaraguan Football Association. There, along with their official stamps, there are sealed signatures,

‘The federations submitted the voting papers and what FIFA has published has been verified. We can confirm that the correct voting list is signed by the players.

We have asked the Nicaraguan FA to investigate the matter. ‘

governing body. Nicaraguan said in an FA statement that Barrera did not vote. His name and signature were mistakenly used on the file which was already in the file years ago. Nicaragua National Party left-back Manuel Rojas has actually voted, the statement said. He was recently made the captain of the national team. Nicaragua FA has also announced the dismissal of the person responsible for the mistake. The Nicaraguan FA called the incident an “administrative mistake”.

The voting process of Lionel Messi

Earlier, Sudan national team coach Dravko Logarusich also questioned the voting process. He claimed that FIFA voted Mohammad Salah as the first choice in the award. But later, he learned that his vote was in the box of Lionel Messi. The Sudanese coach told Al-Arabiya TV channel, “We have voted Salah in the first place, two mean Saido, three have voted for Killian Mbappe.” After the signing, I took a picture of the voting application form. But then I don’t know what happened. ‘

Egyptian star footballer Ahmed El Mohammadi claims that Salah voted but was not registered. In addition, Egypt’s Olympic coach Shaki Garib also said his vote was not registered. FIFA’s explanation, Egypt’s voting ballot, is in capital letters, which is not allowed. The general secretary of the federation does not even sign the voting form, which is mandatory. ‘

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